Yanaka, Taitō, Tokyo, Giappone. Yanaka è una città situata a Taito-ku, Tokyo, e viene spesso chiamata "città tempio". Infatti ci sono circa 70 templi a Yanaka. Si dice che questa area, che comprende anche il Cimitero Yanaka, sia fiorita con le persone stesse. Una delle attrazioni di Yanaka è l'antica via dei negozi, che si estende lungo un tratto di 175 metri. Troverete le antiche botteghe e gli empori, che vendono dolciumi e una varietà di altre cose, ma anche negozi di abbigliamento.
Yanaka, Taitō, Tokyo, Japan. Yanaka is a city located in Taito-ku, Tokyo, and is often called "temple city". In fact there are about 70 temples in Yanaka. It is said that this area, which also includes the Yanaka Cemetery, is flourished with the people themselves. One of Yanaka's attractions is the old shopping street, which extends over a length of 175 meters. You will find the old shops and emporiums, selling sweets and a variety of other things, but also clothing stores. #journey#to#japan 's #discovery#photooftheday#perspective#artwork#japan#discovering#japanese#world#wonderful#my#trip#culture#new#city#bbctravel#BelieveandCreate
#WarningLongPostAhead#ReadWithCaution seeing how this summer is over(at least for me) and l just finished my last day at work, l can say that it was a real pleasure working as an art instructor. never thought l could do it as well as l did and though there were some bumps and curves it went smoother than l thought. honestly couldn't have done this without a few people: thanks @rain__er for putting up with me, l know l havnt been the easiest partner but if l were to relive this experience l would still wish for you as a partner. thanks @purplemustacho for being a great mentor and showing us the ropes, without you lm sure l would have been lost and not been able to play it off as cool as (l think) l had. thanks @ayojamface for being the other great mentor, you made things go smoother, gave great advice and became a valued friend. thanks @bronzebeautii_ for being a chill and fun friend at work, you were one of the few that helped prevent me from being a hermit at work. even you, @mayothemayor helped out(though it may not seem like it) you broke down what l thought was a stereotypical school/summer camp environment and made things a lot more chill and fun, hope you laughed off the jabs that l threw at you and didn't take them to heart. and lastly thank you @teenapprenticeshipprogram for giving me this wonderful opportunity to widen my options for the future and to gain valuable knowledge and experience.
ps the drawing was not done by me it was by @purplemustacho , go check her out
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